e-Book Volume 6, Progress in Tourism, Recreation and Hospitality Management epub downloadAuthor: C. P. Cooper,A. Lockwood
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This annual publication is a hardback review of leading-edge research in tourism, recreation, hospitality management, hotel and catering and related fields, with an emphasis on rapidly advancing fields of international importance and major academic or professional concern. Now in its sixth volume, the series has established itself as the leading guide to research trends in this rapidly developing field. Each volume now features substantive papers organised around three themes of key interest. In this volume, the tourism areas are presented as Alternative Tourism Themes and Tourism in the Pacific Rim—one of the world’s fastest growing tourism regions. Finally, the hospitality theme for this issue centres around the area of food and beverage management and shows the wide range of possible avenues that further research and scholarship might take. The structure of this book reflects the suggestions and comments of users of the earlier volumes and is designed to enhance the usefulness of the series to both researchers and professionals.